Saturday’s scores

BYU 64, Savannah State 0

North Greenville 42, Shorter 16

Valdosta State 33, North Alabama 31

West Georgia 20, Tuskegee 17

Wofford 34, Mercer 6

Seth Hinsley rushed for 113 yards and a touchdown to lead West Georgia to a 20-17 victory over host Tuskegee for the program’s first Division II playoff win.

Dallas Dickey threw two touchdown passes as the Wolves (10-2), seeded sixth in Super Region 2, advanced to play at second-seeded Delta State (9-1) in the second round at 1 p.m. Saturday.

It’s a rematch of West Georgia’s 24-16 victory over the Statesmen on Oct. 18.

Hinsley scored on a 1-yard run, and Dickey’s 15-yard pass to Earvin Anumgba gave the Wolves a 13-0 halftime lead.

Dickey connected with Shaq Hall on a 26-yard scoring pass with 9:27 left in the fourth quarter to help hold off Tuskegee (9-3), the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference champion.

Dickey was 17-of-27 for 153 yards passing.

The Wolves held the Tigers to 270 yards and had five sacks. Tuskegee led the SIAC in scoring offense (36.4 points), total offense (396.3 yards) and pass efficiency this season.

Valdosta State 33, North Alabama 31: Anthony Pistelli kicked three fourth-quarter field goals, including the game-winner from 18 yards with 3:19 left, to send the visiting Blazers into the second round of the Division II playoffs.

Valdosta State (9-2), which has won seven consecutive games, avenged a 31-29 loss to Gulf South Conference co-champion North Alabama on Sept. 27.

The Blazers, seeded fifth in Super Region 2, will play top-seeded Lenoir-Rhyne (11-0), the South Atlantic Conference champion, at noon Saturday.

Pistelli’s final field goal was his fourth of the game, including one from 52 yards.

Austin Scott rushed for a career-high 184 yards, and Jake Medlock added 116 yards rushing and two touchdowns as the Blazers set a school record with 395 rushing yards.

Medlock also threw for 234 yards and a touchdown.

Wofford 34, Mercer 6: Lorenzo Long ran for four touchdowns as host Wofford ended Mercer's first season in the Southern Conference at 6-6.

Long rushed for 115 yards, and Michael Weimer added 95 yards for the Terriers (6-5, 4-3).

Tee Mitchell ran for 45 yards to lead the Bears, who finished 1-6 in the Southern Conference. Leading rusher Alex Lakes was held to 13 yards on nine carries.

John Russ scored Mercer’s lone touchdown on a 3-yard run in the fourth quarter.

North Greenville 42, Shorter 16: Simeon Byrd rushed for 98 yards and two touchdowns as the visiting Crusaders defeated Shorter in the Victory Bowl.

Eric Dodson ran for 81 yards and a touchdown and threw for 83 yards for Shorter (3-8) in the bowl presented by the National Christian Collegiate Athletic Association.

BYU 64, Savannah State 0: Christian Stewart threw four touchdown passes, and the Cougars held visiting Savannah State to 63 yards.

The Tigers fell to 0-12 and have lost 21 consecutive games. They were outscored 98-0 in their final two games.